Cazenovia College Expands Equine Breeding Program


Rascal Cat Sarah Andrew

Cazenovia College announced that Rascal Cat (Pulpit–Razzi Cat, by Storm Cat) has relocated to stand at their Equine Education Center for use in the Thoroughbred breeding program. Formerly part of a similar course at Arkansas State University, the stallion has 21% winners from 33 foals of racing age and was Arkansas' leading first crop sire in 2018. Out of Razzi Cat (Storm Cat), he's a half to a pair of multiple G1SWs in Argentina, Rocking Trick (Arg) (Phone Trick) and Randy Cat (Arg) (Roy) as well as stakes placed Song Cat (Unbridled's Song) in the States. He will stand for $1,000 in 2022.

“Rascal Cat has an ideal temperament to teach students live cover breeding and the pedigree to be appealing to breeders,” stated Dr. McGuire, who taught in the breeding program at ASU and now teaches at Cazenovia. “He will be valuable for helping train our students and interest young professionals in the breeding industry.”

Cazenovia College is located in Central New York, and has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's best colleges for eighteen consecutive years. Founded in 1824, it is the eighth oldest private, independent college in the state and the 28th oldest independent college/university in the country.

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